This guide explains the installation, configuration

This guide explains the installation, configuration
This guide explains the installation, configuration and operation of the Xn120 Telephone System
including the exchange line and telephone connections.
Further information will be supplied with any optional equipment that you have purchased.
Please keep all information supplied for future reference.
Regulatory Notice.
Refer to the Declaration of Conformity related to the product at the end of this document.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Xn120
Getting Started Guide
Rev 1.1 (January 2005)
991409-5
Contents
What is the Xn120?...............................................................................................................................................3
Outside lines.......................................................................................................................................................3
Xn120 System Telephones ................................................................................................................................4
Normal Telephones ............................................................................................................................................4
System Connection Diagram...............................................................................................................................5
Installation Procedure ..........................................................................................................................................6
1- Unpack the System. .........................................................................................................................................7
2- Replacing an Existing Telephone System .....................................................................................................8
3- Wall Mount the Xn120 system.........................................................................................................................9
4- Connect the Telephones................................................................................................................................11
5- Connect the Exchange Lines ........................................................................................................................14
6- Connecting the External Music on Hold Device..........................................................................................15
7- Connecting the Xn120 to an External Paging System................................................................................16
8- Connect the Power & System Start Up ........................................................................................................17
9- Test the System ..............................................................................................................................................19
10- Configure the Xn120.....................................................................................................................................21
Time & Date Setting .........................................................................................................................................24
Telephone Ringing Assignment. ......................................................................................................................25
Example Configuration. ....................................................................................................................................28
Telephone Ringing Style ..................................................................................................................................29
Internal Call Ringing Mode ...............................................................................................................................29
Outgoing Exchange Line Access .....................................................................................................................30
Caller ID............................................................................................................................................................32
Recall for Normal Telephones..........................................................................................................................34
Department Groups ..........................................................................................................................................35
Create an Internal Paging Group .....................................................................................................................38
External Music Device......................................................................................................................................39
11- Install Optional Equipment ..........................................................................................................................40
12- Power Fail Options .......................................................................................................................................40
Administrators User Guide ................................................................................................................................42
Receiving Internal Calls....................................................................................................................................42
Calling another Telephone. ..............................................................................................................................42
Receiving Outside Calls ...................................................................................................................................43
Placing an Outside Call ....................................................................................................................................43
Placing a Call on HOLD ...................................................................................................................................43
Transferring a Call to a Co-Worker ..................................................................................................................44
Function Keys...................................................................................................................................................45
Telephone Names. ...........................................................................................................................................48
Call Forward .....................................................................................................................................................49
Call Pickup........................................................................................................................................................50
Do Not Disturb ..................................................................................................................................................51
Paging – Internal ..............................................................................................................................................52
Paging – External .............................................................................................................................................53
System Time.....................................................................................................................................................54
Telephone Book ...............................................................................................................................................55
To Access the Other Features. ........................................................................................................................56
Glossary ..............................................................................................................................................................57
Declaration of Conformity..................................................................................................................................58
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Xn120 Getting Started Guide
Xn120 System
What is the Xn120?
The Xn120 system consists of a main unit with
a base board pre-installed.
The Xn120 telephone system will allow the
connection of up to three exchange lines plus
eight telephones. The eight telephones can be
either Xn120 system telephones or normal
telephones.
The Xn120 can have an external music source
connected that can be played to callers placed
on hold.
There is also a connection for an external
paging system.
It can also accommodate optional parts to
expand the system or connect ISDN BRI lines.
Further more, there are optional expansion
units available to increase the number of exchange lines and telephones that can be connected. Separate
guides are supplied with the optional equipment.
All equipment will operate when the Xn120 is installed as shown in this guide, it is not necessary to make any
changes to the system configuration.
With the default settings:
· Each telephone will function and is assigned an extension number.
· Calls received on the exchange lines will ring at telephone number 200.
· Each telephone can make outside calls by dialing 9.
· Each exchange line is presented at a Function Key with busy lamp indication.
Outside lines
You can connect up to three analogue exchanges lines to the Xn120.
· The exchange lines must be loop start type.
· The Xn120 will also detect Caller ID sent by the Network Provider. The Caller ID must be the ring alert type
with FSK signaling.
· Each line is connected via an RJ11 6/4 way socket. Three cables are supplied with the Xn120 to connect to
the exchange lines supplied by your Network Provider.
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Xn120 System
Xn120 System Telephones
There are two types of Xn120 System phones available.
Feature
Programmable
Keys
LCD Display
Hands free
Accept 24 button
console
Wall mount kit
Available on the
Xn120 Talk
12 with lamps
Yes
10 without lamps
No
No
Talkback only
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Built in
Yes
Available on the
Xn120 Vision
12 + 10 with lamps
2 lines x 20 character
Built in
You can connect up to 8 Xn120 system telephones to any of the station connections. (If you need more
telephones you will need to install optional cards). The Xn120 system telephones have feature keys and
illuminated function keys that can be tailored to your own requirements.
The Xn120 system telephones with an LCD display will show information about who is calling you, the call you
are on or the feature you are using.
· Each telephone is connected to the Xn120 via an RJ11 6/4 way socket. The cables are supplied with the
telephone.
There are also two types of Xn120 Consoles available.
Feature
Programmable
Keys
Fixed feature keys
Connection
method
Wall mount kit
Available on the 24
Yes
24 with lamps
No
Connects into any Xn120
Vision phone.
No
Available on the 64
Yes
64 with lamps
Yes
14 keys
Connects into any hybrid
extension port via an RJ11 cable.
No
Normal Telephones
You can connect up to 8 normal telephones or cordless phones to any of the station
connections.
· The telephones can be dial pulse or DTMF dialing.
· They can have Hook Flash or Timed Break Recall.
· The Xn120 can send Caller ID to the normal telephone.
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Xn120 System
System Connection Diagram
Diagram showing Xn120 unit, exchange line connections, Xn120 system phones and External music
input/Paging output.
External
music input
&
External
Paging
output
Xn120 Unit
Power
cable
Up to 8 telephones.
Xn120 System phones and
Normal phones including
FAX machines & cordless
Up to 3 exchange
lines
008 Expansion Card
8 Extension ports
Installed onto the main board in the Xn120 unit.
Optional Items
20OPBOX
For ISDN BRI cards.
2 slots available per unit.
Plugs onto the right side of the Xn120 unit.
308 Expansion card
3 Exchange lines + 8 Extension ports
Installed onto the main board in the Xn120 unit.
2PGDU Card
Installed onto the main board in the Xn120 unit.
For 2 door unit and 2 external page amplifiers,
external MOH inputs, or audio input/output.
2 Relay contacts available that can be assigned to
any of the door units or audio ports.
EXIFU Card
For adding expansion cabinets, Call Logging, Ethernet
connection and CF card slot
Installed onto the main board in the Xn120 unit.
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Xn120 Expansion cabinet
For more lines, stations and BRI.
Provides the same card capacity as the main cabinet.
Each expansion cabinet requires a dedicated power
cable.
Connected to the EXIFU card in the Main Xn120 unit
via an RJ45 cable.
64DSS console
Provides 64 programmable keys and 14 fixed feature
keys.
Gives operator type functionality.
24DLS console
Provides 24 additional function keys for the 12TXD
Xn120 phones.
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Installation Procedure
Installation Procedure
1
2
Unpack all items and check
for damaged or missing
parts.
See page 7 for details.
Are you are replacing an
existing telephone system ?
See page 8 for details.
3
Mount the Xn120 system on
the wall.
See page 9 for details.
4
Connect the telephones.
See page 11 for details.
5
Connect the exchange lines.
See page 14 for details.
6
Connect the External MOH
Device.
See page 15 for details.
7
Connect the External Paging
Amplifier.
See page 16 for details.
8
Connect the power and
switch on the Xn120.
See page 17 for details.
9
Test the system.
See page 19 for details.
10
Configure the Xn120 to the
customer’s requirements.
See page 21 for details.
11
Install any optional
equipment.
See page 40 for details.
12
6
Consider the operation
during power failure
If so, it is recommended that you do not disconnect all of the exchange
lines or telephones until you are certain that the Xn120 is installed and
operating correctly.
You can move each exchange line to the Xn120 while you are testing
at step 9.
! Within suitable cabling distance from the exchange lines.
! Within suitable distance from a power socket and Earth point.
! Check the other installation considerations in section 3.
! If you have any optional parts to install please check any installation
considerations in the documentation supplied with each item.
You can install each item in turn and test it before you install the next
item.
! Important
Ensure that you can make/receive calls in the event of a power cut or
system failure.
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Unpack the System
1- Unpack the System.
1 x Xn120 system
1 x Wall mounting template
1 x Power cord
4 x Fixing screws
3 x Exchange line cables
(3 metre RJ11 to bare wire)
8 x Telephone cables
(3 metre RJ11 to bare wire)
1 x External MOH/Paging cable (3 metre RJ11 to bare wire)
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Additional Items Required:
· Cross head screwdriver.
· 4 Wall fixing plugs suitable for the type of wall.
· Solid wire for extending telephone cabling:
Recommended cable type: Twisted pair (CW1308 or similar specification)
Conductor diameter: 0.4 to 0.6 mm
Maximum cable length: (with 0.5 mm diameter cable)
Xn120 system telephone – 300 metres
Normal telephone – 1125 metres
If you need to extend the exchange line cables:
· Solid wire for exchange line cables:
· Recommended cable type: Twisted pair (CW1308 or similar specification)
· Conductor diameter: 0.4 to 0.6 mm
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Replacing an Existing Telephone System
2- Replacing an Existing Telephone System
If you are replacing your existing telephone system with the Xn120 we recommend that you check the
following.
· Do not disconnect all of the lines or extensions from your existing telephone system. If for any reason you
have problems installing the Xn120 you will need your old system in working order to continue your
business.
· If you plan to use existing telephone cabling within your building check :
o The cable is similar to CW1308 specification (see the Glossary for help).
o There are 4 wires (2 pairs) available to each Xn120 system phone location.
o You will need an RJ11 socket for each Xn120 system phone and 64DSS console.
· Move the exchange lines / normal telephones one at time and test each one before moving over the next.
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Wall Mount the Xn120 System
3- Wall Mount the Xn120 system
Installation Considerations:
· To avoid electric shock or damage do not plug in or turn on the system power before completing the
installation.
· Avoid working with the system during electrical storms.
· Use the power cord supplied with the product.
· Do not bundle power cords together, the cords may overheat.
· Ensure the system has a suitable Earth Ground connection.
Environmental Considerations – Be sure the system is not:
· In direct sunlight or in hot, cold or humid places.
· In dusty areas or in areas where sulfuric gasses are produced.
· In places where shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong.
· In places where water or other fluids may come into contact with the equipment.
· In areas near electric welders or machines that emit high frequency radiation.
· Near computers, microwaves, air conditioners etc.
· Near radio antennas (including shortwave).
·
1
If you are installing the optional expansion box or expansion cabinets ensure there is sufficient wall
space and ventilation. Refer to the wall mounting diagrams below.
You will need a minimum of
560mm x 680mm (W x H) wall
space for the Xn120 system.
Use the wall mount template supplied to mark the four screw locations.
Ensure that you use the correct wall plugs for the type of wall.
Leave approximately 3~5mm of the screw
protruding from the wall.
Have 200 mm above
the system for
ventilation.
The system is 360mm x
279mm (W x H)
! You will need more space if
you are installing the optional
units:
· 20OPBox
· Expansion cabinets
Refer to the installation
instructions supplied with
these units.
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Have 100mm on
the left side of
the system for
the power cable.
Have 100mm
on the right
side.
! additional
146mm if you
have a
2OPBOX
Have 200mm below the system
for other cables connected to the
system.
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Wall Mount the Xn120 system
2
Push
Remove the sub cover of the
Xn120.
Slide
Hook
onto
screws
Hook the Xn120 onto the wall
mount screws.
Tighten the lower screws to
secure the unit to the wall.
Fasten lower
two screws
3
Earth the Xn120 system.
Caution: If this cable is not
installed or requires
disconnection, then the
telecommunication network
connection(s), CO and/or
ISDN, must be disconnected
first from the Xn120.
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Important. The system must have a permanent Earth Ground
2
connection to a verified Earth point using a minimum of 2.5mm
green/yellow cable.
The Earth connection must have no other purpose than connecting to
the Xn120 unit.
The Earth point is located
on the left side under the
sub cover.
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Connect the Telephones
4- Connect the Telephones
Precautions for Cabling:
· Do not run the cable with a power cable, computer cable etc.
· Do not run the cable near any high frequency generating equipment.
· Use cable protectors if the cables are run on the floor.
· Aerial distribution wiring is not allowed.
Connecting the Xn120 System Phones
The Xn120 system phones can be connected to any of the eight RJ11 telephone
sockets labelled ST1 to ST8 in the Xn120 unit.
The Xn120 is supplied with RJ11 to bare wire cables for connection to optional
distribution frames.
! Check Power Fail Operation later in this guide, ST8 can be used to provide a
working telephone should the power be disconnected from the Xn120.
Use the line cord supplied with
the system telephone.
OR
Use the RJ11 to bared wire
cables (supplied with the
Xn120) and RJ11 sockets.
Connections:
Xn120
RJ11 socket
ST socket
Pin 2 black
Pin 2
Pin 3 red
Pin 3
Pin 4 green
Pin 4
Pin 5 yellow
Pin 5
! The connections are polarity
sensitive, you must connect as
shown.
! Ensure that you use a
separate twisted pair for the
speech and data:
Pins 3 & 4 (speech)
Pins 2 & 5 (data)
This will ensure that you can
reach the maximum cable
length of 300 metres.
The line cord supplied with the Xn120 system telephones can be
plugged directly into the RJ11 sockets labelled ST1 to ST8 in the
Xn120 unit.
If you need to extend the telephone cables:
Fit an RJ11 socket at the location the telephone is required, run a
telephone cable back to the distribution frame. Connect to one of the
sockets labelled ST1 to ST8 using one of the RJ11 to bared wire
cables supplied.
· Ensure that you connect the 4 wires as shown otherwise the
telephone will not initialize.
· Use CW1308 or similar telephone cable.
· Maximum cable length is 300 metres (with 0.5 mm diameter
conductor).
300 metres
max.
Xn120 RJ11
socket
(ST1-ST8)
5432
5432
RJ11 plug
! Identify each RJ11 socket
with its connection number
(ST1 to ST8). This will help
you configure the system later.
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RJ11 socket
located near
telephone
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Connect the Telephones
Route the cables into the lower
side of the system. Use cable
ties to secure the cables.
Remove the breakouts of the
sub cover before re-fitting onto
the system.
OR
Use the telephone cables
supplied with the Xn120 and
RJ45 sockets.
Refer to the diagram above for the pin numbering of the Xn120 RJ11
sockets.
Connections:
Xn120
RJ45 socket
ST socket
Pin 2 black
White/green
Pin 3 red
Blue/white
Pin 4 green
White/blue
Pin 5 yellow
Green/white
! The connections are polarity
sensitive, you must connect as
shown.
! Ensure that you use a
separate twisted pair for the
speech and data:
Pins 3 & 4 (speech)
Pins 2 & 5 (data)
This will ensure that you can
reach the maximum cable
length of 300 metres.
! Identify each RJ45 socket
with its connection number
(ST1 to ST8). This will help
you configure the system later.
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Connect the Telephones
Connecting the Normal Phones
The normal phones can be connected to any of the eight RJ11 telephone sockets
labelled ST1 to ST8 on the Xn120.
The Xn120 is supplied with RJ11 to bared wire cables for connection to optional
distribution frames.
! Check Power Fail Operation later in this guide, ST8 can be used to provide a
working telephone should the power be disconnected from the Xn120.
Use the line cord supplied.
OR
Use the RJ11 to bared wire
cables (supplied with the
Xn120) and Line Jack Units.
If the line cord supplied with the telephone has an RJ11 plug it can be
plugged directly into the RJ11 sockets labelled ST1 to ST8 in the
Xn120 unit.
If you need to extend the telephone cables:
Fit a Master type Line Jack Unit (LJU) at the location the telephone is
required, run a telephone cable back to the distribution frame. Connect
to one of the sockets labelled ST1 to ST8 using one of the RJ11 to
bared wire cables supplied.
· Ensure that you connect the 2 wires as shown otherwise the
telephone will not operate correctly.
· Use CW1308 or similar telephone cable.
· Maximum cable length is 1125 metres (with 0.5 mm diameter
conductor).
Connections:
Xn120
LJU socket
ST socket
3 red
2
4 green
5
! The connections are not
polarity sensitive.
! Ensure that you use a twisted
pair for the speech:
Pins 3 & 4 (speech)
This will ensure that you can
reach the maximum cable
length of 1125 metres.
1125 metres
max.
Xn120 RJ11
socket
(ST1-ST8)
43
43
! Identify each line jack unit
with its connection number
(ST1 to ST8). This will help
you configure the system later.
Route the cables into the lower
side of the system. Use cable
ties to secure the cables.
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RJ11 plug
LJU socket
located near
telephone
See diagram on page 12.
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Connect the Exchange Lines
5- Connect the Exchange Lines
The exchange lines can be connected to any of the three RJ11 sockets labelled CO1 to CO3.
Make a note of each exchange line number (i.e. the number dialed to ring the line) and its CO connection to the
Xn120. You will need this when you configure the Xn120.
Xn120 CO
number
CO1
CO2
CO3
Exchange line dialing number
(e.g. 01509 643100)
! Check Power Fail Operation later in this guide, CO1 can be used to provide a working telephone should the
power be disconnected from the Xn120.
Precautions for Cabling:
· Do not run the cable with a power cable, computer cable etc.
· Do not run the cable near any high frequency generating equipment.
· Use cable protectors if the cables are run on the floor.
· Aerial distribution wiring is not allowed.
· Use lightning protectors for each exchange line.
Use the cables supplied with
the Xn120.
The exchange line cables supplied with the Xn120 can be used to
connect to the lines supplied by your Network Provider.
! Ensure each line has a lightning protection device included.
OR
Use pre-formed telephone
cables (not supplied).
Connections:
Xn120
LJU socket
CO socket
3 red
2
4 green
5
! The connections are not
polarity sensitive.
If the exchange lines are terminated with an LJU you can use a
separate pre-formed cable to connect each line to a CO socket of the
Xn120 unit.
· Ensure that you connect the 2 wires as shown otherwise the line
will not operate correctly.
· Use CW1308 or similar telephone cable.
· Fit lightning protectors to each line.
Exchange
line point
Xn120 RJ11
socket
(CO1-CO3)
43
43
RJ11 plug
52
431A
telephone
plug
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Connect the External MOH Device
6- Connecting the External Music on Hold Device
The external music device is connected to the RJ11 socket labelled MOH/PAGE located under the sub cover to
the right of the ST1-ST8 sockets.
An RJ11 cable is supplied with the system.
The external music device is not supplied with the Xn120.
The connections of the RJ11 plug supplied with the Xn120:
Xn120
Description
Specification
MOH/PAGE
socket
Impedance: 600 Ohm @1KHz
3 red
External MOH
Nominal input level: 250mV (-10dBm)
input
4 green
Maximum input level: 1V RMS
! The connections are not polarity sensitive.
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Connect the External Paging Amplifier
7- Connecting the Xn120 to an External Paging System.
The external paging system is connected to the RJ11 socket labelled MOH/PAGE located under the sub cover
to the right of the ST1-ST8 sockets.
An RJ11 cable is supplied with the system.
The external paging system is not supplied with the Xn120.
The connections of the RJ11 plug supplied with the Xn120:
Xn120
Description
Specification
MOH/PAGE
socket
Impedance: 600 Ohm @1KHz
2 black
External
Nominal output level: 250mV (-10dBm)
Paging output
5 yellow
Maximum output level: 400mV RMS
! The connections are not polarity sensitive.
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Connect the Power & Start Up
8- Connect the Power & System Start Up
The power cable is plugged into the left side of the unit via an IEC-C13 socket using the cable supplied with the
Xn120.
Before connecting the power:
· Ensure the power switch on the left side of the unit of OFF.
· Ensure the power is switched off at the source.
System Start Up – First Time
! The first time you start up the Xn120 it is important to clear the system memory. This will ensure that the
system is set to the default configuration.
1
Set the NORMAL switch to the
OFF position.
The NORMAL switch is located under the sub cover on the right side
of the ST1-ST8 connection sockets.
Slide
This will ensure that the
system is set to the default
configuration.
2
3
Switch ON the power at the
source.
Switch ON the power switch
on the left side of the Xn120
unit.
The lamp within the cover of Xn120 will come on
Wait for 2 minutes while the
system starts up.
The Xn120 system telephones will ‘click’ while the system starts up.
If you have a Xn120 system telephone connected that has an LCD
display it will show:
SUN
0
0 00AM
while the system is starting up.
4
When the start up is complete
the Xn120 phones will show
time and date.
You can set the time/date
when you configure the
system, see later in this guide.
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If you have a Xn120 system telephone connected that has an LCD
display it will show the time/date, for example:
MON
200
13
9:34AM
EXT 200
when the system has started up successfully.
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Connect the Power & Start Up
5
! Important
Set the NORMAL switch to the
ON position.
The NORMAL switch is located under the sub cover on the right side
of the station connection sockets.
Slide
Switching the Xn120 OFF
! Be sure that no calls are in progress otherwise they will be cut off.
Turn the power switch off on the left side of the Xn120 unit.
System Start Up – Retain Customer Configuration
This is the normal operation for powering the Xn120 on.
Before you power on the system check that the NORMAL switch is set to ON. This will ensure that the system
memory retains your configuration.
System Start Up – Default Configuration
CAUTION! This will erase any customer configuration in the battery backed memory.
Before you power on the system check that the NORMAL switch is set to OFF. This will ensure that the system
is set to the default configuration.
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Test the System
9- Test the System
Test the Xn120 System Telephones
At each phone in turn.
1
Press the SPK button.
If you hear system dialing tone the phone has initialised correctly,
press SPK to clear.
If you do not hear dialing tone move to step 2.
2
Check the connections.
Check the connections from the phone to the Xn120, ensure all 4
wires are connected as shown in 4- Connect the Telephones on page
11.
3
Plug phone into the ST
connection at the Xn120 unit.
If you have used telephone cable and RJ11 sockets to extend the
connections.
Plug the phone directly into the ST connection at the Xn120 unit using
the line cord supplied with the system phone.
If the phone does not initialise correctly then move to step 4.
4
Swap the phone.
Try another Xn120 system phone plugged directly into the ST
connection using the line cord supplied with the phone.
Test the Normal Telephones
At each phone in turn.
1
Lift the handset.
If you hear system dialing tone the phone is working correctly.
If you do not hear dialing tone move to step 2.
2
Check the connections.
Check the connections from the phone to the Xn120, ensure both
wires are connected as shown in 4- Connect the Telephones on page
11.
3
Plug phone into the ST
connection at the Xn120 unit.
If you have used telephone cable and LJU sockets to extend the
connections.
Plug the phone directly into the ST connection at the Xn120 unit using
an RJ11 line cord (ensure the line cord connections are correct).
If you do not hear dial tone when you lift the handset then move to
step 4
4
Swap the phone.
Try another normal phone plugged directly into the ST connection
using the RJ11 line cord.
Test the Exchange Lines
Test each line in turn, only test the lines that you have connected.
Use a Xn120 system phone that you have previously confirmed is working correctly to test the exchange lines.
1
To test CO1
At a Xn120 system phone lift
the handset and
dial 805 01
If you hear exchange dialing tone the line is working correctly.
If you do not hear exchange dialing tone move to step 2.
2
Check the connections.
Check the connections from the exchange line to the Xn120, ensure
both wires are connected to CO1 as shown in 5- Connect the
Exchange Lines on page 14.
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Test the System
3
To test CO2
At a Xn120 system phone lift
the handset and
dial 805 02
If you hear exchange dialing tone the line is working correctly.
If you do not hear exchange dialing tone check the connections from
the exchange line to the Xn120, ensure both wires are connected to
CO2 as shown in 5- Connect the Exchange Lines on page 14.
4
To test CO3
At a Xn120 system phone lift
the handset and
dial 805 03
If you hear exchange dialing tone the line is working correctly.
If you do not hear exchange dialing tone check the connections from
the exchange line to the Xn120, ensure both wires are connected to
CO3 as shown in 5- Connect the Exchange Lines on page 14.
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Configure the Xn120
10- Configure the Xn120
The getting started guide will cover the most frequently used configuration options. For advanced configuration
please refer to the Xn120 System Manual.
Before you configure your system it is important that you:
· Ensure the power will not be turned off to the Xn120, otherwise you will lose any changes you have
made that were not previously saved to battery backed memory.
· Ensure that the NORMAL switch is set to ON before you commence, otherwise you could lose your
entire configuration. Refer to System Start Up for information.
· Have a diagram of your exchange lines and telephones.
· Plan your requirements before you start.
While you configure your system it is important that you:
· Exit configuration mode periodically, this will save your changes into battery backed memory. They will
not be lost if the power is removed.
· Fill out the configuration sheets as you go so that you have a record of your configuration.
· Make small changes, exit configuration mode and test the changes. Do not make all your changes at
once as this can make testing very difficult.
· Record your changes as you can only ‘undo’ them by re-entering the previous values.
· Do not unplug the phone. If it is unplugged by mistake then plug it back in, wait for the display to show
time and date and then press HOLD to return to the configuration mode. Your changes will not be lost.
The Xn120 consists of exchange lines and telephones connected to the 008/308 cards you have installed.
Within the Xn120 configuration the exchange lines are referred to as trunks and the telephones as extensions.
When the Xn120 is started up as shown in this guide all the equipment will operate, it is not necessary to make
any changes to the system configuration.
With the default settings:
· Each telephone will function and is assigned an extension number.
· Calls received on the exchange lines will ring at telephone number 200.
· Each telephones can make exchange line calls by dialing 9.
· Each exchange line is presented at a Function Key with busy lamp indication.
How to change the Xn120’s Configuration
The configuration is stored in battery backed memory within the Xn120. You can change the configuration via
any Xn120 system phone that has an LCD display.
When you have made your changes the Xn120 will automatically save the configuration into memory.
Check the User Guide for other options
There are some options that are set via normal service codes, for example:
System Phone Book – with service code 853.
Telephone Names – with service code 800.
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Configure the Xn120
Entering Configuration Mode
· You will need a Xn120 system phone with an LCD display.
· The phone should be idle (no call in progress).
1
Press SPK
(do not lift the handset)
You will see -
2
Dial Service Code # * # *
You will see -
MON
200
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16:28PM
EXT200
Password
3
Dial password 12345678
You will see Password@@@@@@@@
4
Press HOLD
You will see -
_
Program Mode
Selecting the Program Number
· Each configuration setting within the Xn120 is identified by a Program Number (eg 22-05-01).
1
Ensure the LCD display
shows:
2
If it is not displayed press the
DC key several times to step
back.
3
Now enter the Program
Number e.g 22 05 01 with the
numeric keys of the Xn120
phone.
_
Program Mode
22-05-01
Mode1
Trunk1
IRG =1
Using the System Phone Keys to Make Changes
· During configuration mode use the keys at the system phone to select the program item and change its
value etc.
· The LCD display will show the current program item, the editing point is shown by a flashing curser.
22
SPK
Save changes and exit configuration mode.
Numeric keys
1 to 9 * and #
Alphanumeric entry keys. Entered at the curser location.
HOLD
Confirm the entry and step on to the next.
DC
Step back one level. Current entry is not confirmed.
DND/CONF
Delete one character to the left of the curser.
CLEAR
Delete all characters to the right of the curser.
LND
Move the curser one character to the left.
OPAC
Move the curser one character to the right.
Vol. up
Confirm the entry and step to the next item shown at the top right of the display.
Vol. down
Confirm the entry and step to the previous item shown at the top right of the display.
FLASH
Move the curser to the next entry point.
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Making Changes
· With the Program Number entered and the curser positioned at the first entry you can change the value
by entering the new one with the numeric keys of the Xn120 phone.
· When you have entered the new value press HOLD to confirm it and move to the next entry.
· You can also press HOLD to step on to the next if you did not make any changes to the entry.
Exiting Configuration Mode
· When you exit configuration mode your changes will be saved into the battery backed memory.
! Until you exit any changes you have made are stored in temporary memory and will be lost if the power is
switched off to the Xn120.
1
Press HOLD to confirm your
current entry.
2
Press DC several times.
11-02-01Ex Prt1
Extension No200
Program Mode
3
Press SPK.
SavingSystemData
When the save is complete the
phone returns to normal
operation.
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200
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EXT200
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Time & Date Setting
You may want to change this setting if:
·
The time and date on the Xn120 phones is not correct.
Program 10-01-01
Time and date setting for the
system.
10-01-01
Year
Ø
Ø
Enter the last two digits of the year (e.g 04) you can overwrite
the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-02
Month
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
24
48
Enter the two digits for the minutes (00-59).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-07
Second
Ø
Ø
16
Enter the two digits for the hour (24h format).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-06
Minute
Ø
Ø
4
Enter one digit for the day of the week (1-7).
1 = Sunday, 2 = Monday, 3 = Tuesday etc.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-05
Hour
Ø
Ø
24
Enter the two digits of the date (01-31).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-04
Week(1:Sun)
Ø
11
Enter the two digits of the month (01-12).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
10-01-03
Day
Ø
Ø
03
00
Enter the two digits for the seconds (00-59).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next program
number.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
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Configure the Xn120
Telephone Ringing Assignment.
You may want to change this setting if:
· You want one, or more, exchange lines to ring at one or more telephones.
· You want a dedicated exchange line to ring at a specific telephone.
· You want exchange lines to ring at a different locations throughout the day or at the weekend.
System Operation:
The ringing assignment is achieved by pointing the exchange line to Incoming Ring Groups. The ring group
then contains the telephones that will ring.
·
Route each exchange line to an Incoming Ring Group (IRG) in Program 22-05-01. A line can route to a
different IRG in each night mode.
·
You then place telephones into IRG’s in program 22-04-01, a phone can be a member of more than one
IRG. Up to 32 telephones can be entered per IRG.
The default operation is for each exchange line to ring at telephone 200.
The day/night mode is selected by keys at a Xn120 telephone, simply press the key that corresponds to the
mode you require.
Route each line to a Ring
Group.
You can have a different
Ring Group per night mode.
Program 22-05-01
1
Assign telephones to the
Ring Group.
Program 22-04-01
Program 22-05-01
The Incoming Ring Group
(IRG) number is assigned to
the exchange lines.
Default Setting:
Each line (CO1, CO2 & CO3) is assigned to Incoming Ring Group
(IRG) number 1.
Different IRG’s can be
assigned to each exchange
line to give different ring
assignment throughout the
day.
Default Setting:
There are up to 8 settings available.
IRG number 1 is used for all 8 settings.
Therefore, each exchange line will ring at IRG 1 (and therefore
telephone number 200, regardless of the time of day.
Press HOLD to
select the next
day/night mode
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
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22-05-01 Trunk 1
Mode1
IRG =1
Press Vol p q
to select the
trunk number
Enter the new IRG number (1-25), you can overwrite the
current entry.
To remove an entry press CLEAR.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next
day/night mode.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
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2
Program 22-04-01
The telephones are placed into
ring groups (IRG’s).
Default Setting:
Telephone number 200 is a member of IRG number 1.
Press HOLD to
select the next
member
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
3
Program 20-07-01
Turn on the day/night mode
option.
22-04-01 INC Gr1
Memb.01=
200
Press Vol p q
to select the
IRG number
Enter the new telephone number, you can overwrite the
current entry.
To remove an entry press CLEAR.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next member.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Default Setting:
Day/night modes can not be changed by any telephones.
20-07-01 F-Cls 1
SW Man NT serv 0
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
4
Assign a key to each
mode
Choose a telephone that will
be able to change the
day/night mode.
! Exit Configuration Mode.
The keys are set at the
telephone itself, not within
Xn120 configuration mode.
Enter 1 to
enable
Day/night mode
option
Enter 1 to enable the option, you can overwrite the current
entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Default Setting:
There are no keys set to day/night modes on any of the telephones.
1. At the telephone that you want to be able to change the
day/night mode press SPK.
2. Dial service code 851
3. Press the Programmable Function Key you want to set (its
current setting is shown if you have an LCD display). Use
one of the block of 10 keys for your day/night mode keys.
4. Dial 09 followed by the mode number 1 to 8.
1 = Day
5 = Day 2
2 = Night 1
6 = Night 2
3 = Mid-Night 1
7 = Mid-Night 2
4 = Rest 1
8 = Rest 2
5. Repeat steps 3. and 4. for further keys/modes.
See also:
Outgoing Exchange Line Access to give a telephone a dedicated line for outgoing calls.
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Configure the Xn120
Configuration Sheet: Telephone Ringing Assignment
With defaults shown.
Place the telephones into Ring Groups.
IRG
Number
IRG 1
List of telephones that will ring
Prg 22-04-01
Default=200
IRG 2
IRG 3
IRG 4
IRG 5
IRG 6
IRG 7
IRG 8
IRG 9
IRG 10
Up to 25 IRG’s are available, only 10 are listed as this is normally sufficient.
Up to 32 telephones can be entered per IRG. Try to keep the number of ringing telephones to a minimum.
Assign the Ring Groups to the Exchange Lines.
Day/Night
Trunk 1
Trunk 2
Prg 22-05-01
Prg 22-05-01
Mode
default=IRG1
default=IRG1
Number
Trunk 3
Prg 22-05-01
default=IRG1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Turn on the ability to change the mode.
Mode Change
Setting
Default=0 (off)
20-07-01
Assign Keys at the telephone(s) that will change the mode. A phone with an LCD is preferable.
· This is not done within the Xn120 Configuration mode, Keys are changed by dialing a Service Code at
the telephone itself. This is explained further in the User Guide.
· You will need a separate key for each mode you are using.
· The key for the current mode will light red, to change the mode just press the appropriate key.
Telephone Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Mode 6
Mode 7
Mode 8
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
Key
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Configure the Xn120
Note:
·
·
·
Plan your requirements as the ring assignment is the most important operation of your telephone
system. It’s your customers that will be ringing you!
Try to keep the number of ring modes to a minimum, 3 per day is sufficient (normal day working, lunch
times and evenings for example). You may want an additional mode to cover the weekend.
Do not have too many phones in a ring group, remember that calls can be answered by pressing the
Function Keys at the Xn120 phones, see also Call Pickup in the Feature Guide.
Example Configuration.
·
·
·
·
·
·
You have 3 exchange lines (trunks) connected.
Trunks 1 & 2 (CO1) needs to ring at extensions 200 and 202 during the day time working.
At lunch times they should ring at extension 205.
In the evenings and at weekends they should go to an answer phone, the answer phone is connected
to ST8 so is extension number 207.
Trunk 3 (CO3) is a dedicated line and should go to telephone 206 at all times.
Telephone 200 will have Function keys to change the mode for day, lunch etc.
Step 1
Place the telephones into an IRG for each of the modes (day time, lunch time, evenings and weekends).
IRG
List of telephones that will ring
Prg 22-04-01
Number
IRG 1
200, 202 (day time)
IRG 2
205 (lunch time)
IRG 3
207 (evenings and weekends)
IRG 4
206 (at all times)
Step 2
Assign the IRG number to each trunk for the modes you will use.
Mode
Trunk 1
Trunk 3
Trunk 2
Prg 22-05-01
1
Prg 22-05-01
Prg 22-05-01
IRG 1
IRG 1
IRG 4
2 Lunch
IRG 2
IRG 2
IRG 4
3 Evening & Weekend
IRG 3
IRG 3
IRG 4
Day
Step 3
Turn on the ability to change the ring mode for day time, lunch time, evenings etc.
Mode Change
Setting
20-07-01
1 (on)
Step 4
Assign modes 1 (Day), 2 (Lunch) and 3 (Evenings/Weekends) to keys at telephone 200.
6. At telephone 200 press SPK.
7. Dial service code 851
8. Press Key 7 (Its current setting is shown if you have an LCD display).
9. Dial 09 followed by 1 for the mode number.
10. Repeat steps 3. and 4. for Key 8 = mode 2 and Key 9 = mode 3.
Telephone Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
200
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Key 7
Key 8
Key 9
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Configure the Xn120
Telephone Ringing Style
You may want to change this setting if:
· You want to change the ringing style of outside and internal calls to telephones.
System Operation:
The ringing patterns are set for the system by Program 20-15-01
The default setting is:
Outside calls have a single ring pattern of 2 seconds on / 1 second off.
Internal calls have a double ring pattern of 0.4 seconds on / 0.2 seconds off / 0.4 seconds on / 2 seconds off.
1
Program 20-15-01
20-15-01 sets the ring pattern
for outside calls.
(Most users would expect a
double ring for outside calls so
set this option to 8)
20-15-01
TRK Normal INC 8
Ø
Ø
Ø
Enter the ring pattern for outside calls, you can overwrite the
current entry. (3 is a single ring, 8 is a double ring).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Leave this item set to 8, Press HOLD to step to the next item.
20-15-03
Internal INC
20-15-03 sets the ring pattern
for internal calls.
(Most users would expect a
single ring for internal calls so
set this option to 3)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
3
Enter the ring pattern for internal calls. (3 is a single ring, 8 is a
double ring).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Internal Call Ringing Mode
You may want to change this setting if:
· You want to change the way internal calls to telephones are presented. Internal calls can either ring the
phone or voice announce where the caller can speak directly to the loudspeaker of the phone they are
calling
System Operation:
The mode is set for the system by Program 20-02-12
The default setting is Voice Announce mode.
1
Program 20-02-12
Select the mode for internal
calls.
! Most users prefer ring mode
so set this option to 1.
20-02-12
ICM Call Type
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
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1
Enter the mode for internal calls, you can overwrite the current
entry. (1 is Ring mode, 0 is Voice Announce mode).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
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Configure the Xn120
Outgoing Exchange Line Access
You may want to change this setting if:
· You want a dedicated exchange line for one of the telephones (eg FAX and PDQ machines).
System Operation:
Each telephone is assigned a Trunk Access Map (TAM) number.
The TAM number is then given the access properties for each of the exchange lines.
The default operation is that all telephones have access to any exchange line.
1
Program 15-06-01
Give the telephone a TAM
number.
Default Setting:
All telephones have TAM number 1.
Press HOLD to
select the next
mode
You can specify a different
TAM number for each
day/night mode.
See Changing the Telephone
Ringing Assignment for the
modes you may be using.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2
Program 14-07-01
Give each exchange line the
access properties for the TAM
number.
15-06-01 Tel 200
Mode1 Acc-Map 1
Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
Enter the TAM number (1-51) for each mode (1-8), you can
overwrite the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next mode.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Default Setting:
Each exchange line (CO1, CO2 & CO3) has full access
(Property type 7) for TAM number 1.
Therefore every telephone can access any of the trunks.
Press HOLD to
select the next
trunk
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
14-07-01 Acs.Ma1
Trk01
=
7
Press Vol p q
to select the
TAM number
Enter the access properties (0-7) for each trunk, you can
overwrite the current entry.
0 – No access
1 – Outgoing only
2 – Incoming only
3 – Retrieve held call only
4 – Outgoing and retrieve held call
5 – Incoming and retrieve held call
6 – Incoming and outgoing
7 – Incoming, outgoing and retrieve held call
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next mode.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
See Also:
Changing the Telephone Ringing Assignment.
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Configure the Xn120
Configuration Sheet: Outgoing Exchange Line Access
With defaults shown.
Give each telephone a TAM number.
TAM Number for each day/night mode
Prg 15-06-01
Default=TAM1 for all modes
Telephone
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
There are 51 TAM numbers available.
Give each exchange line the access properties for the TAM number.
Values available:
Prg 14-07-01
0 – No access
TAM
Trunk 1
Trunk 2
Trunk 3
1 – Outgoing only
Number
2 – Incoming only
7
7
7
1
3 – Retrieve held call only
2
0
0
0
4 – Outgoing and retrieve held call
5 – Incoming and retrieve held call
3
0
0
0
6 – Incoming and outgoing
4
0
0
0
7 – Incoming, outgoing and retrieve held call
5
0
0
0
Although there are 51 TAM numbers available only 5 are listed as this is normally sufficient.
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Configure the Xn120
Caller ID
You will need to enable this setting if:
· You have Caller ID service supplied on your outside lines.
· You have normal telephones that are Caller ID compatible.
The Xn120 can detect the Caller ID and display it on the LCD display of the Xn120 system phones.
It can also be available at a normal phone that is Caller ID compatible.
System Operation:
You will need turn on the Caller ID detection for each trunk that it will be received on.
You will also need to turn on Caller ID for each of the normal telephones that are Caller ID compatible.
Program 14-02-10
Turn on Caller ID for each
trunk.
Default Setting:
14-02-10 is set to 0 (Caller ID is turned off) for each trunk.
14-02-10 Trunk 1
Caller ID
0
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Program 15-03-09
Turn on Caller ID for each
normal telephone that is Caller
ID compatible.
For each trunk enter 1 to turn on Caller ID, you can overwrite
the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Default Setting:
15-03-09 is set to 0 (Caller ID is turned off) for each telephone.
15-03-09 Tel 200
Ext No Display 0
You do not need to change
this option for the Xn120
system phones.
Press Vol p q
to select the
trunk number
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
For each telephone enter 1 to turn on Caller ID, you can
overwrite the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
See Also:
There are no other related settings.
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Configuration Sheet: Caller ID
With defaults shown.
Turn on the Caller ID for each trunk.
Prg 14-02-10
Trunk
Setting
number
Default= 0 Off
Trunk 1
Trunk 2
Trunk 3
Turn on the Caller ID for each normal telephone.
Prg 15-03-09
Telephone
Setting
Default=0 Off
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
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Configure the Xn120
Recall for Normal Telephones
You may want to change this setting if:
· You have normal telephones connected and the RECALL key does not work correctly. This is
highlighted when you press the RECALL key but the call is not placed on hold.
· The RECALL is also referred to as Timed Break Recall (TBR).
System Operation:
The Xn120 must be configured with the correct RECALL timing that matches the normal telephones that you
have connected.
Program 82-04-04
Set the system to detect a
RECALL duration of 70 to
125mS (for normal UK time
break recall operation).
Default Setting:
The Xn120 will accept a RECALL duration of 105mS to 1000mS
82-04-04
Max.Break TM 13
You will need to change three
options within this program.
82-04-04=13
82-04-07=14
82-04-08=25
Ø
Ø
Change the setting to 13 (this is equivalent to 65mS).
Press HOLD 3 times to confirm the entry and step to the next
option.
82-04-07
Max.Break TM 14
Ø
Ø
Change the setting to 14 (this is equivalent to 70mS).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
82-04-08
Max.Break TM 25
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Change the setting to 25 (this is equivalent to 125mS).
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Configuration Sheet: RECALL Timing
With defaults shown.
82-04-04
82-04-07
82-04-08
default=20
(100mS)
default=22
(105mS)
default=200
(1000mS)
Setting
Equivalent
duration (mS)
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Configure the Xn120
Department Groups
You may want to change this setting if:
· You have people that work within a group and you want to be able to call anyone within the group. The
call will ring at anyone that is available within the group. If they do not answer, the call will step to the
next member.
Call to a
Department
Group
System Operation:
The telephones are placed into Department groups. There are 32 groups available.
The group is given a number (pilot number) that you dial to reach the group.
You can choose the following options for each group.
·
How the calls will ring around the group – either in a set order of priority or randomly at any telephone.
·
Try each telephone once or keep hunting – your call can ring at each available telephone in the group and
if not answered stay at the last member or keep trying each member.
·
How long each member rings before the call will step on to the next one available.
Program 16-02-01
Place the telephones into a
department group.
Default Setting:
All telephones are in department group 1
A telephone can be a member
of one group.
16-02-01 TEL 200
Extension Grp 1
Ø
Ø
For each telephone enter the group number (1-32) that it is a
member of, you can overwrite the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the priority
option.
16-02-02 TEL 200
Priority
1
Priority is in order 1-99 (highlow)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
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Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
For each telephone enter the priority number (1-99), you can
overwrite the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next
telephone.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
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Program 16-01-02
Select how calls ring around
the department group.
Default Setting:
Calls ring in priority order within the department group.
16-01-02 TEL Gr1
Pilot call
0
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Program 16-01-04
Select how many times the
calls try each member of the
department group.
For each group select the ring mode, you can overwrite the
current entry.
0 = Priority order
1 = Random order
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Default Setting:
Calls try each telephone once.
16-01-04 TEL Gr1
Hunting Mode
0
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Program 16-01-09
Select how long calls ring at
each member of the
department group.
Default Setting:
Calls ring each member for 15 seconds.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
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Press Vol p q
to select the
group number
For each group select the hunting mode, you can overwrite the
current entry.
0 = Calls try each telephone once
1 = Calls continue trying the telephones
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
16-01-09 TEL Gr1
Pilot call
0
You can use this option to turn
off the step on operation by
setting the time to 0 seconds.
Press Vol p q
to select the
group number
Press Vol p q
to select the
group number
For each group select the ring duration (0-64800 seconds),
you can overwrite the current entry.
0 seconds will stop the call stepping on.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
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Program 11-07-01
Give the department group a
pilot number.
Default Setting:
There are no pilot numbers assigned.
11-07-01 TEL Gr1
Ext Grp No. _
Ø
Try to use a number that is
easy to remember.
For example use:
Pilot number 501 for group 1
Pilot number 502 for group 2
etc.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Press Vol p q
to select the
group number
For each group enter the pilot number (3 digits required) you
will dial to reach the group.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next group.
If you duplicate a number you will see Duplicate Data, the
entry will be removed and you can enter a new number.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
See Also:
There are no related settings.
Configuration Sheet: Department Groups
With defaults shown.
Telephone
number
Priority
number
Department
Group
number
16-02-02
16-02-01
default=1
200
1
201
2
202
3
203
4
204
5
205
6
206
7
207
8
Department
Group
number
1-32
Pilot
Number
Ring in
priority/random
Try once or
continually
Ring time
before step on
11-07-01
16-01-02
default=0 Priority
16-01-04
default=0 Once
16-01-09
default=15 seconds
1
2
3
4
There are 32 groups available, only 4 are listed as this is usually sufficient.
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Configure the Xn120
Create an Internal Paging Group
You may want to change this setting if:
· You want to make a paging call. The paging will be broadcast out of the loudspeakers of the Xn120
system phones.
Paging is useful if you have staff that leave their desk and you need to contact them.
System Operation:
You add the Xn120 system phones into a paging group. There are 32 paging groups available.
Program 31-02-01
Place the telephones into
paging groups.
Default Setting:
None of the telephones are in a paging group.
You can only broadcast the
paging call out of the
loudspeakers of Xn120 system
phones, not normal
telephones.
31-02-01 Tel200
INT PG GP No
0
Ø
Ø
For each telephone enter the paging group number (0-32,
enter 0 to remove the phone from a group), you can overwrite
the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
31-02-02 Tel200
INT ALL Call PG0
The internal all call page
option is not mandatory, you
can leave this set to 0.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
Press Vol p q
to select the
telephone
number
Enter 1 to place the telephone in the Internal All Call Page
option
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
See Also:
There are no related settings.
Configuration Sheet:
With defaults shown.
Telephone
Page Group
Number
All call
page
31-02-01
default=0 None
31-02-02
default=0 No
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
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Configure the Xn120
External Music Device
You may want to change this setting if:
·
You want to play the external music source to callers that are placed on HOLD.
System Operation:
You will need to connect the external music device to the MOH/PAGE socket of the Xn120 and select the
external device for the music on hold.
The external music device is not supplied with the Xn120 system. Refer to Connecting the External Music on
Hold Device in this guide for details of connecting the external music device.
Program 10-04-01
Select the device used for the
music on hold tune.
Default Setting:
The Xn120’s own tune is played to callers placed on hold.
10-04-01
Hold Music Set
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
0
Enter 1 to select the external device (enter 0 to select the
Xn120 tune), you can overwrite the current entry.
Press HOLD to confirm the entry and step to the next option.
Press DC several times when you are done to return to the
Program Mode.
(Press SPK to save changes and exit if you are finished).
Note. You can also use this option to turn off the Xn120 tune. If you set the option to 1 (external) but there is no
external music device connected to the external music on hold input (MOH input) the held callers will hear
silence.
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Configure the Xn120
11- Install Optional Equipment
Refer to the installation guide supplied with each optional item for instructions.
·
·
Before you install any optional item you must power off the Xn120 system.
You may find it easier to install each item individually rather than all at the same time. Power on the Xn120
after each item is installed and test it before continuing.
! Ensure you power off the Xn120 before installing the next item.
12- Power Fail Options
IMPORTANT
You must be able to make outside calls in the event of a
power failure
There are various options available for power failure operation.
1. Plug a normal telephone directly into the exchange line socket.
If your exchange lines are provided with a normal telephone socket you can unplug the Xn120 connection and
plug a normal telephone into the socket to make/receive calls.
You can plug a phone in each exchange line socket if you wish.
! Do not attempt to plug a Xn120 system phone into an exchange line socket – you will damage the phone.
2. Use the power fail setting on the Xn120.
This will require a normal telephone connected to telephone socket ST8 of the Xn120 and an exchange line
connected to CO1.
You must set the power fail link (CN500) on the Xn120 main board, see the diagram below.
Remove the sub cover of the Xn120 unit.
Loosen the two screws and remove the Main cover of the Xn120.
Loosen the
two screws
Lift off
cover
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Configure the Xn120
Power fail
ON
Power fail
OFF
When Power Fail is set to ON (marked PF on the card):
When the power fails (or the Xn120 is switched off) Exchange line CO1 is automatically connected to the
normal telephone plugged into socket ST8.
When the Xn120 is powered on the telephone in socket ST8 will operate as a normal Xn120 telephone.
You can not use a Xn120 system phone in socket ST8 with the power fail link set to PF.
When Power Fail is set to OFF (marked KT on the card):
When the power fails (or the Xn120 is switched off) Exchange line CO1 is not automatically connected to
socket ST8.
When the Xn120 is powered on the telephone in socket ST8 will operate as a either a normal Xn120 telephone
or Xn120 system phone, depending on which type is plugged in.
You can use a Xn120 system phone in socket ST8 with the power fail link set to KT.
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User Guide
Administrators User Guide
There are also user guides for the System Phone and Normal Phone supplied with the Xn120 system.
Xn120 System Telephone
Ring/Message Waiting lamp
LCD display (only on the 12TXD)
2 lines by 16 characters
CHECK and CLEAR keys for the
display
Programmable Function keys
LND – Last Number Redial list
OPAC – Operation Access
Handset
DC – Direct Call, access the system
telephone book
CALL – Internal calls
FLASH – Send flash to outside line
TRFR – Transfer your call
DND/CONF – Do Not Disturb and
Conference
SPK – Speaker phone for hands free
HOLD – Place your caller on hold
Keypad
MIC – Hands free microphone mute
Hands free microphone
Volume keys – Handset, hands free
and ringer volume.
LCD contrast when phone is idle.
Receiving Internal Calls
You can choose one of two ways that calls will arrive
at your Xn120 system phone.
The default method is Voice Calling where calls to
your phone will not ring, they will announce directly
out of the loudspeaker. You can reply hands free by
talking towards your phone or lift the handset for more
privacy.
Alternatively, you can have calls ring your phone. You
answer the call by pressing the SPK key for hands
free or lifting the handset.
To select the Voice Calling method:
While your phone is idle, press SPK and dial Service
Code 821. Press SPK to end.
To select the ringing method:
While your phone is idle, press SPK and dial Service
Code 823. Press SPK to end.
Calling another Telephone.
You can call another telephone by simply going off
hook and dialing its number.
Press SPK for speakerphone
or lift the handset.
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial the telephone number.
201
The default telephone numbers are 200 to 207.
If you have a Xn120 system phone with an LCD
display your telephone number will be displayed at the
lower left when your phone is idle.
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MON 27
CALL
16:28PM
EXT 201
MON 27
BUSY
16:28PM
EXT 201
or
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If the phone is available it will
ring. You will hear two beeps or
ringback tone.
or
If the phone is in use your call
will not ring. You will hear busy
tone.
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Receiving Outside Calls
If your phone is a member of a ring group then outside
calls may ring at your phone.
An outside call will flash its line key and indicate the
line name on the LCD display of the Xn120 system
phones.
If you have Caller ID enabled your display will indicate
the calling number.
You can answer a call ringing at your phone by lifting
the handset.
If you are not a member of the ring group you can
answer the call by pressing the flashing line key or
using Call Pickup.
Placing an Outside Call
The simplest way to place an outside call is to lift the
handset and dial 9, the system will seize a free line
and you will hear exchange dial tone.
Continue by dialing the number you require.
If you have a Xn120 system phone you can also
seize the line by pressing an idle line key.
The line is idle when the lamp is off.
Placing a Call on HOLD
While you are on a call you can place it on hold.
The caller hears music.
If you have a Xn120 system phone you place the
call on hold by pressing the HOLD key.
You can remain off hook or go on hook.
Outside calls will flash its LINE KEY, press the
flashing LINE KEY to retrieve the held call.
Internal calls will flash your CALL key, press the CALL
key to retrieve the held call.
If you went on hook and forgot to retrieve the held call
it will ring you back after 90 seconds.
If you have a normal phone you place the call on
hold by pressing the RECALL key.
You should remain off hook, to retrieve the held call
press the RECALL key again.
If you go on hook the held call will ring you back
immediately, lift the handset to answer the ring back
call.
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User Guide
Transferring a Call to a Co-Worker
You may want to pass your call on to another
telephone, for example when you have answered an
outside call and they want to speak to one of your coworkers.
There are various ways you can pass the call to one
of your co-workers:
Before you can transfer the call you must place it on
HOLD, see Placing a call on Hold above.
If you have a Xn120 System Phone.
HOLD and Transfer:
Press HOLD to place the call on hold. The caller will
hear music.
You can now dial the telephone number of your coworker.
You can either,
a) Press the TRFR key or go on hook while you are
ringing your co-worker. The held call will ring at your
co-worker’s phone.
If your co-worker does not answer the held call it will
ring you back after 30 seconds.
Or
b) Wait for your co-worker to answer and announce
that you have a call for them, then press the TRFR
key or go on hook to transfer the call through.
HOLD and press LINE KEY (Outside Calls Only)
Press HOLD to place the call on hold, the LINE KEY
will flash green. The caller will hear music.
You can now dial the telephone number of your coworker or make a Page call with Service Code 801.
Announce the line key number of the held call.
You co-worker can press the line key or dial Service
Code 772 and the line number 01-03.
If you have a Normal Telephone.
Hold and Transfer.
Press the RECALL key to place the call on hold.
Dial the telephone number of your co-worker.
You can either,
a) Go on hook to transfer the call. If they don’t answer
the held call will ring you back after 30 seconds.
Or
b) Wait for your co-worker to answer and announce
that you have a call for them, then go on hook to
transfer the call through.
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Function Keys
Customize your Xn120 phone by storing features
under your Programmable Function Keys.
For example, to forward your calls just press your Call
Forward function key instead of dialing 848.
There are many different features that you can store
under a function key, only the most common are
covered by this guide.
Xn120 system phones have 22 function keys. They
are arranged in blocks of 12+10 keys.
! The block of 12 Function keys are pre-set to line
keys, it is recommended that you keep these. Line
keys make handling your outside calls much easier.
This guide explains the setting of the block of 10 keys.
! You can not have the same function assigned to
more then one key at a phone. If you try to duplicate a
key you will hear a long reject tone.
You can check your keys by pressing the CHECK key
(at a phone with an LCD display) and then pressing
the functions key.
Line Key.
Will give you lamp indication for the exchange line.
There are pre-set line keys on all Xn120 phones.
Off – Idle. You can press the key to place an outgoing
call.
Green, double flashing – You have the line.
Green, flashing – You have place the line on hold.
Press the key to retrieve the held call.
Red – Another telephone is using the line.
Red, flashing – Another telephone has placed the
line on hold. Press the key to retrieve the held call.
Red, fast flashing – the line is ringing. Press the key
to answer the call.
DSS (Direct Station Select) key.
Will give you lamp indication for your co-workers
telephone:
Off – Idle
On – Busy
Flashing – DND or Call Forward set
You can also press the key to place a call to your coworker.
You can also store outside numbers under a DSS key.
Caller ID List.
Will give indication of outside calls that you have
received or missed. This key is only of use if you have
an LCD display to view the caller list.
Off – There are no new or saved calls in the list.
On – There are no new calls but you have one or
more saved calls.
Flashing – You have new missed calls.
Press the key to view the list, scroll up/down with the
volume keys.
Day/Night Mode.
Will allow you to change the mode of the system, see
Telephone Ringing Assignment.
You have a separate key for each mode that you will
use.
Only one of the keys can be active, press the key to
activate the mode.
Off – The mode is not active.
On – The mode is active.
Paging.
Will give indication of the page zones.
Off – The page zone is not in use.
On – The page zone is in use.
Press the key to make a paging call.
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User Guide
Function Keys (Cont’d)
Clearing a Function Key
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial Service Code 851.
851
KEY PROGRAM
Press the function key that you
want to clear.
Press
Key 1
KEY PROG KEY 13
FORWARD
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Dial 000
000
KEY PROG KEY 13
NOT DEFINE
Press another function key if you
have more to clear
or
Press SPK to end.
SPK
Mon
200
Setting a Function Key
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16:28PM
EXT 200
27
16:28PM
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial Service Code 851.
851
KEY PROGRAM
Press the function key that you
want to set.
Press
Key 1
KEY PROG KEY 13
NOT DEFINE
Dial the two digit code for the
new function.
See below for each function key
type.
The current setting of the
function key will be displayed.
The block of 10 function keys
will show as keys 13 to 22 on
the display.
The current setting of the
function key will be displayed.
See below for each function key type.
01 for a DSS key.
01
Enter the telephone number of
your co-worker.
Or enter the outside number,
include the 9 to seize a line.
203
Press HOLD to confirm the
number
HOLD
KEY PROG KEY 13
DSS 203
Press SPK to end.
Or another function key if you
have more to set.
SPK
Mon
200
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You may want to clear your
function key(s) before you set it
to a new type.
KEY PROG KEY 13
DSS
0
KEY PROG KEY 13
203
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If you make a mistake just press
the function key again to go
back and retry or press SPK to
quit.
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
If you hear a long reject tone the
key has not been set.
16:28PM
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08 for a Caller ID List key.
08
Press SPK to end.
Or another function key if you
have more to set.
SPK
09 for a Day/Night mode key.
09
Enter the day/night mode number
(1-8)
1
Press SPK to end.
Or another function key if you
have more to set.
SPK
21 for a Page zone key.
21
Enter the zone number (1-9)
1
Press SPK to end.
Or another function key if you
have more to set.
SPK
22 for an All Call Page key.
22
Press SPK to end.
Or another function key if you
have more to set.
SPK
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KEY PROG KEY 13
CALL HISTORY
Mon
200
27
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EXT 200
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
If you hear a long reject tone the
key has not been set.
KEY PROG KEY 13
NIGHT SERVICE 0
KEY PROG KEY 13
NIGHT SERVICE 1
Mon
200
27
16:28PM
EXT 200
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
If you hear a long reject tone the
key has not been set.
KEY PROG KEY 13
PAGE GROUP
0
KEY PROG KEY 13
PAGE GROUP
1
Mon
200
27
16:28PM
EXT 200
KEY PROG KEY 13
PAGE INT ALL
Mon
200
27
16:28PM
EXT 200
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
If you hear a long reject tone the
key has not been set.
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
If you hear a long reject tone the
key has not been set.
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Telephone Names.
You can assign the name of the user to each of your
telephones.
The name will be displayed on the LCD display when
you make/receive internal calls.
The name can be up to 12 characters in length.
Naming a Telephone
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial Service Code 800 for
naming telephones.
800
Dial the number of the
telephone you want to name.
204
Enter the new name using the
characters above the keypad as
a guide.
Press # to move to the next
character.
Press # # to insert a space.
22
444
555
#
555
Press HOLD to confirm the new
name.
You can enter the next telephone
number that you want to re-name
or press SPK to end.
HOLD
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SPK
27
16:28PM
ENTER NAME
ICM DIAL
ENTER NAME
204
EXT 204
ENTER NAME
-BILL
204
ENTER NAME
ICM DIAL
Mon
200
27
The current name is displayed.
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
16:28PM
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Call Forward
Use Call Forwarding to redirect your calls to another
extension.
With Call Forwarding, you're sure your calls are
covered when you are away from your work area.
Call Forwarding will reroute calls ringing your
extension, including calls transferred from another
extension. You must enable Call Forwarding from your
phone. To redirect your calls if you are at another
phone, use Call Forward Follow Me.
Setting Call Forward
Press SPK
Dial the Service Code for the call
forward type.
842 Both ring
843 Busy
845 Not Answered
848 Immediate
Dial 1 if you want to set up a new
call forward.
Dial 0 if you want to cancel a call
forward you have already set.
Example:
SPK
MON
848
1
Dial the telephone number of the
destination you want to forward
your calls to.
203
Press SPK to end.
SPK
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There are four types of Call Forwarding:
842 Call Forwarding Immediate with Both Ringing
All calls forward immediately to the destination,
and both the destination and your extension ring.
843 Call Forwarding when Busy
Calls forward when your extension is busy.
845 Call Forwarding when Not Answered
Calls forward when your extension is not
answered.
848 Call Forwarding Immediate
All calls forward immediately to the destination,
and only the destination rings.
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SET FORWARD
1:SET 0:CANCEL
You can also assign the call
forward feature to function key
on the Xn120 Phones.
See Function Keys.
SET FORWARD
ICM DIAL
SET FORWARD
FWD IMM> EXT 203
Mon 27 16:28PM
FWD IMM> EXT 203
The DND/CONF key will flash
slowly and you will also hear
interupted internal dial tone to
indicate that you have a call
forward set.
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Call Pickup
Use Call Pickup when you need to answer a call
ringing another telephone without leaving your phone.
This lets you easily cover a co-worker’s calls when
they have to be away from their desk.
You can also answer an outside call by pressing the
flashing line key, see Function Keys.
Direct Call Pickup
Lift the handset.
Dial Service Code 715 for Direct
Call Pickup.
Dial the telephone number of
the phone that is ringing
Example:
Lift
MON
handset
715
204
There are various types of call pickup. The two most
used are:
Direct Call Pickup
You know which telephone is ringing, you want to
pickup the call ringing this phone.
Any Call Pickup
You are not certain which telephone is ringing, you
want to pickup the call whichever phone is ringing.
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16:28PM
MON 27 16:28PM
ICM DIAL
MON 27 16:28PM
CALL P/U EXT 204
You are connected to the caller.
Any Call Pickup
Lift the handset.
Dial Service Code 867 for Direct
Call Pickup.
You are connected to the caller.
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Example:
Lift
MON
handset
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16:28PM
867
27
16:28PM
MON
MON 27 16:28PM
CALL P/U EXT 204
You will pickup any call ringing
at any telephone on the system.
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Do Not Disturb
Do Not Disturb (DND) blocks incoming calls, Call
Forwards and Paging announcements to your
extension.
DND permits you to work undisturbed at your desk
without interruptions from your phone.
When you activate DND, incoming calls still flash your
line keys. While in DND, you may use your phone in
the normal manner for placing and processing calls.
There are four Do Not Disturb options:
1 – Blocks your outside calls
2 – Blocks Paging, Intercom calls, Call Forwards and
transferred outside calls
3 – Blocks all calls
4 – Blocks Call Forwards
0 – Cancels Do Not Disturb
Setting Do Not Disturb
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial Service Code 847 for DND.
OR
At a Xn120 phone press the DND
key.
847
or
DND
Enter the DND option.
1 – Blocks your outside calls
2 – Blocks Paging, Intercom
calls, Call Forwards and
transferred outside calls
3 – Blocks all calls
4 – Blocks Call Forwards
0 – Cancels Do Not Disturb
3
Press SPK to end.
SPK
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SET DND
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
SET DND
DND ALL
MON 27
DND ALL
16:28PM
Your DND key will light to
indicate that you have DND set
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Paging – Internal
Need to locate a co-worker or make an
announcement? Use Internal Paging.
Your system can have All Call Internal Paging and
Internal Paging zones.
When you make an All Call Paging announcement,
your voice broadcasts to all Xn120 phones set to
receive All Call Paging.
When you make a Zone Paging announcement, your
voice broadcasts to all the idle Xn120 phones in the
zone you called.
You will need to configure the paging zones before
you can use this feature, see Creating a Paging
Group in the configuration section.
Making an All Call Page
Lift the handset
Example:
Lift
MON
handset
Dial Service Code 801 for
paging.
801
Dial 0
0
Speak into your handset, your
speech will be broadcast to all
Xn120 phones in the All Call
Group.
You can als make a paging call over external
speakers if you have connected the Xn120 to an
external paging amplifier, see Paging External.
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16:28PM
MON 27 16:28PM
GROUP No.
MON 27 16:28PM
GRP CALL GRP ALL
Go on hook to end.
Making an Page Zone Call
Lift the handset
Example:
Lift
MON
handset
Dial Service Code 801 for
paging.
801
Enter the zone number 1-9
1
Speak into your handset, your
speech will be broadcast to all
Xn120 phones in the zone.
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16:28PM
MON 27 16:28PM
GROUP No.
MON 27 16:28PM
GRP CALL Group 1
Go on hook to end.
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Paging – External
Need to locate a co-worker or make an
announcement? Use External Paging.
When you make an External Paging announcement,
your voice broadcasts to the loudspeakers of your
external paging system.
Making an External Page
Call
Lift the handset
Example:
Lift
MON
handset
Dial Service Code 803 for
paging.
803
Dial 1
1
You will need to connect the Xn120 to an external
paging amplifier before you can use this feature, see
Connecting External Paging Amplifiers in the
Installation section.
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16:28PM
MON 27
ZONE
16:28PM
MON 27 16:28PM
PAGE EXT GRP 01
You will hear the external paging
comfirmation tune.
Wait for the external paging tune
to end.
Speak into your handset, your
speech will be broadcast to the
external loudspeakers.
Go on hook to end.
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System Time
You may need to change the time displayed on the
Xn120 LCD display phones.
Setting the System Time
Press SPK
Dial Service Code 828 for setting
the system time.
Enter the new time in 24Hour
format (hh:mm)
Press SPK to end.
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The date can only be changed within the Xn120
Configuration Mode
Example:
SPK
MON
27
16:28PM
828
MON
27
16:28PM
828
MON
27 16:28PM
828 17 30
1730
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
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Telephone Book
The system Telephone Book gives you quick access
to numbers you call frequently. This saves time, for
example, when calling a client with whom you deal
often. Instead of dialing a long telephone number, you
just use the telephone book.
The Xn120 phones have a DC (Direct Call) key to
access the Telephone Book.
You will need to enter the numbers and names into
the Telephone Book before you can use them.
You can also store personal outside numbers under a
DSS Function Key at a Xn120 phone, see Function
Keys.
The telephone book of the Xn120 is also referred to
as the ABB Dial list.
P Make a list of your telephone
book entries before you start
adding them into the system.
Adding a new number to
the Phone Book
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
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Dial Service Code 853 to add a
new number.
853
SET ABB
Enter the location you want to
add (000-999).
005
ABB005
If the location is unused.
ABB005
A.Customer
01509643100
Enter the outside number.
You do not need to include the
trunk access code.
01509123456
Press HOLD to confirm the
number.
HOLD
ABB005
Enter the name using the
characters above the keypad as
a guide.
Press # to move to the next
character.
Press # # to insert a space.
66
33
222
ABB005
-NEC
HOLD
SET ABB
Press HOLD to confirm the
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If the location is in use it will be
displayed. You can overwite or
press HOLD twice to skip it and
try another location.
ABB005
01509123456
You will hear a short
confirmation tone.
You can enter the next location
or press SPK to end.
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User Guide
Telephone Book (Cont’d)
Using the Phone Book
Press SPK
Example:
SPK
MON
Dial Service Code 813 to access
the telephone book.
OR
At a Xn120 phone press the DC
key.
813
or
DC
Enter the location you want to
dial out (000-999).
The system will automatically
seize a free line and dial the
number.
005
27
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Line 001
NEC
09643111
The full dialled number will not
be displayed if it is more than 8
digits long.
To Access the Other Features.
The features of the Xn120 are accessed by dialing the Service Code, each feature has its own code.
If you have a Xn120 system phone you can also have a function key assigned for the features that you use
more often.
If your Xn120 system phone has an LCD it will display the options available whilst you are using the features.
Refer to the Xn120 System Manual for full description of all other features.
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Glossary
Glossary
431A
4 way telephone plug. Also available as a 6 way plug (631A) which can be used in place
of the 431A.
CO
Central Office. The exchange line connections of the Xn120 are labelled CO1 to CO3.
CW1308
A specification for twisted pair cable, typically used for telephone system cabling.
Available from 1 to 100’s of pairs.
The cable is separated into coloured pairs, each pair is twisted together.
Dial Pulse
A method of dialing digits by breaking the line a set number times for each digit dialed.
This can also be referred to as rotary dialed digits.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi Frequency. A method of dialing digits (0 to 9 * and #) by sending a tone
each time a button is pressed.
FSK
Frequency Shift Keying. A method of sending data by changing the frequency.
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display.
LJU
Line Jack Unit used to connect normal telephones. Also referred to as British Telecom
style socket.
Available as a Master or Secondary type. The Master has components fitted to provide
ringing and lightning protection for the phone. The Secondary does not have the
components installed and should be used to provide an additional extension from a
Master LJU.
RJ11
Type of plug/socket. There are various sizes and number of connections available. The
size and number of connections is determined by the two numbers following the type, for
example.
RJ11 4/4 way is a 4 pin type with 4 connections
RJ11 6/4 way is a 6 pin type with 4 connections
RJ11 6/6 way is a 6 way type with 6 connections
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Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
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Declaration of Conformity
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